The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) shifted traffic on eastbound Interstate 4 (I-4) approximately 12 feet toward the median on September 24 and the new pattern is expected to continue until spring of 2024.
The traffic shift starts at Daryl Carter Parkway and ends near Central Florida Parkway on newly constructed, temporary pavement. The traffic shift was necessary to provide space for crews to complete drainage and lighting work in the area.
In addition, westbound traffic on I-4 shifted approximately 12 feet toward the median on October 19. This shift is also expected to last until spring of 2024 and allows crews space to work on the old outside lanes to complete drainage and lighting work for the project.
Please use caution and remain alert while driving through active construction zones.
For more information on the planned improvements on the I-4 and Daryl Carter Parkway project, visit the project website at I4Beyond.com/DarylCarter.